San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Monday, June 21, 1886 Page: 2 of 4
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MONDAY JUNE 21. 1880.
tho Light Mulled.
PUDLIC SCHOOL BREEZES.
There lins I'icn nn little tuuttcrliiK
linri! of J.itc 111 San Antonio rcincerii-
Inff our putillo Softools. J!tslj;ntitloiift
nml rumors of rt'slgnntlotis urn rife unci
uii woulil think to noto tho signs visible
mill Invisible Hint illre calnnilty wns
nhoiit tn otertnU' our entire school sjrs-
Icni. Tho liuinullnte cause of 1 1 I com-
iiiollon Is tho orilcrfor n cenrrnl rxniul-
imtlon of nil candidates for positions ns
tenckers In tho puhllc schools of tills
city r('Krilli'i of tho fact of their piist
connection with the schools. Situ ly
tins and nothing more iinliss It be that
tho irrntle of scholarship has Ireen sotne-
v. hat raised and that some of the teauh
i rs are n little anxious concerning their
i tilllt' to pass the required examina-
tion. This whole matter Is puerile. The
nils of u rath that have been uncorked
on Knpcrlnti nOtnt Smith's ilevtttd head
had much better have been left on the
tUlf until tho necessity of pulling out
the etoppersJiad been a little more ap-
parent. Our schools In tiau Antonio are
not up to the grade of the cities of her
class In this country. This Is fact.
'I his grade must be ral.ed; this Is an-
other fact. T ho hoard of education has
determined to raise the grade of scholar-
ti 1 j In the schools and In order to do to
liac found It necessary to raise the
Krndo of scholarship among the
leachirs; this Is fact number three.
On these three facts hang nil
the discordant string? and tin grum-
blers who play upon litem. The ex-
ninlnatlons to be held In this city
are by no means severe Judging from
the studies In which tho teachers aro to
be examined. These studies are; for the
third grado certificate-orthography
reading penmanship arithmetic United
.States history elementary physics and
theory and practice of teaching. 1'or
the second grade (In addition to above)
-phjslcal geography physiology ele-
mentary algebra. For tho llrst grade
the above and algebra geometry
rhetoric Kngllsh literature mid general
history. These are the studies In
which teachers are to be examined July
fs 1&S and In which only CO per cent of
correct answers to questions propouned
Is required to pass. This grado of schol-
arship demanded of the publlo school
teacher In this city by the board of edu-
cation Is not high. From "5 to IK) per
tent. Is tho general requirement In the
cities of the United States for a success-
ful examination In the aboo curricu-
lum. There Is not a superfluous study
In the list. The knowledge of elementary
physics nlona Is subject to criticism.
In the third grade catalogue but this
only by those who aro not acquainted
with school work. Tho object lessons
that are so Important a part of the true
teachers work In the primary classes
are drawn so largely from physical ob-
jects that a knowledge of the elementary
principles and facta of this science Is In-
dlspenslble. I'hyslology Is relegated to
the studies of tliu second class. It Bhould
not remain there. It should be entered
upon the studies of the third class. No
teacher Is tit to be entrusted with tho
care of children who has not some
knowledge of human physiology and hy-
giene. This attempt of our board of
education to ralso the standard of
scholarship In tho sohools of this city
oan only meet with the warmest ap-
proval of the friends of education. It Is
a needed work. It Is a work for the
people. The common school Is the peo-
ple's college nnd n thorough training
tinder the best teachers Is the right of
the children ofthe people. It is all folly
to talk of the high grado of our city
schools. Compare them with other city
schools. Takoth curriculum of study In
which teachers in Galveston Dallas
Little IEock Ark and cities of our
olass generally are required to pass
not no per cent hut 75 tn IK) per
per cent and sen If the examinations set
for next month are not moderate rather
than exoeislve In tholr demands upon
teachers San Antonlohas sumo superior
teachers. Homo whoso work would lie
apprmcd In any city. These tearhers
did they understand tlielrown Interests
would Unit it greatly In their advantage
to have the unlit ami Incompetent drones
weeded out and places as teachers as-
signed only In thoso of approved sohol-
arshlp. Tho l.iiuir champions no one.
As to any personal din'ereiices between
Superintendent Smith nnd any of his
teachers If such dlll'ercneo there be
and we know not that there are we
make no enquiry or concern Wo simply
advocate the raising ol the standard of
scholarship In the public schools and
alllrm that In uur Judgment tho pre-
scribed July examinations under the
ociidltlons Imposed are necessary and
reasonable ami such as every candidate
should pass who aspires to teach In the
piople's college of this city.
Tub mourning fur King I.udwlg
seems universal throughout llavarla.
Not only In government circles and
nniotig the higher classes the military
nobility professional ranks mercantile
classes and people of wealth and con-
ditionbut among tho poor of his realm
the dead monarch seems to lie sincerely
mouthed. The people sorrow as those
who have lost a friend. The sobbing of
the peninnlry was loud and genurat
ami no crowned king has ever passed
nway more genuinely regretted than
that poor demented I.udwlg of llavarla.
'(lie country people tlockid to the
mourning capliol In crowd and their
grid was tnodiep for any mere simula-
tion of sorrow 'I hern iiiil.t ha been
manly kingly qualities in I.udwlg to
have thus endeared him to his piople.
The honors paid him by the pomp and
circumstance oT royally In these lust
hours of Ids mortal presence are iuslgnl-
Meant In comparison with the tender
Irlbiitis of nllectlon paid his memory by
k tirrcnud people. Tho king Is dead
and burltd but the memory ol ids kind-
liness will not die out oT thu remem-
brance of the prtsent generation of his
SlM'i: Webster start) d that racket
about there being plenty of room in the
upper story every fellow has been on
the mount. As usual tho lightest ma-
terial goes up easiest and tin) little
brains get the top story. This Is accord-
ing to the eternal Illness of things. If
ho heavy weights were on top the lad-
di r of faiuo would bine erntked long
Tiik merago honesty of the country
will not grade very much above tliu hon-
esty of Hie national and state law mak-
ers and laughers. Thn laws passed by
congress will probably not grade much
higher In their demands upon others
than the moral sense of the average con-
gressman. "I lils luoriil senso will lie best
seen In the light ol congressional prac-
tice. When congressmen take twenty
cents mileage nut of the publlo treasury
whether they pay It or not are they to
be dipendid upon to legislate fulrlv and
wisely nnd honestly on free passes and
w nlered rallw oy stocks corrupt attorney
generalships and such. It used to be
ihat streams rose no higher than their
-nurci-e. If this holds true now the
stream of national legislation will not
Hsu high enough In Its luimacuhiteness
lo endanger the country.
to.uiirM tits and Incubatie. From
the labor ol this mountain a mouse is oc-
casionally evolved and with this the
country is content. llaWng cxpectid
nothing It has not been disappointed
TnuJImtown Jlmplecute answers the
charge that thu Knights or Labor olid
tanner Alliances are holding secret
uiietlngs and returns the challengo by
enquiring Into the reason for those
.ecrel caucuses of the dcmocratlu rlng-
(ters which It alleges ure held "In
nearly eery lawyers ollloe from Maine
to California." Tho Jliupleouto has put
Its question but It will tax Its Jlmple-
euteness to answer. What thu demo-
cratic parly should want in n lawyers
olllco gets us unless they aro keeping
up their practice nt the bur.
Anv republican partisanship la offen-
sive partisanship within tliu meaning of
democratic statute. Under this con-
stitution all the employes of the Sew
Vork custom house of reiiublloan nm.
cllvltles. are to be discharged July 1.
Tkxis bred a good crop of lawyers
this year as usual. There always has
bieii more law than gospel In the I.one
Star attachment anyways. This fall the
people will run a farnnrs annex.
Homk solon wl o is not so much alone
In hi i opinion as he might be remarks
that the state ticket can not be made'
out from the present oandldate material.
THO-.K who Interest themselves In
European politics nre much exercised
at this particular Juncture of affairs to
understand the true Inwardness of the
action of the Itavarlan assembly In con-
stituting l'rlnce I.ultpold regent of tho
kingdom. The reasons for the dethrone-
ment of King Louis are well-known his
Insanity being apparent but the reasons
for constituting I.ultpold regent ore not
apparent. Tho strife bitter and pro-
tracted between Ulsmark and the Home
of llapsburg would naturally lead one
to the conclusion that the elevation to
the regency of l'rlnce I.ultpold who Is
by his own marriage and that or his
sons closely connected with the reign-
ing family In Austria would not be op-
proved by the German chancellor. Cer-
tain It must be that I.ultpold has given
some .assurance that the pro-l'russlan
polloy or the late king will be continued
In llavarla or the protest ot Ulsmark
would have been heard berore this. The
entire circumstances of this change at
Munich are quite bewildering to those
who have followed the line of Prussian
movement In German consolidation
lilsmark ond Kaiser William have been
such prominent figures In nil the his-
torical groups of the past quarter cen-
tury In the Gorman empire that It looks
etrange to see so Important a revolution
as that effeoted In llavarla taking place
without them. Kurope naturally waits
to hear what Ulsmark will say.
Tavuam will make an eflort to raise a
liberal parliamentary campaign fund for
I'srnell The matter has come before
Hie wigwam committee and It has been
Tin: report of the railway committee
on last Saturday night did not show a
vert encouraging response to the propo-
sition uiadn to this city by the Hon An
tonio and Aransas rasa railway oonv
paiiy. Less than ono-hall the required
amount lias been raised. San Antonio
must make up or lose the golden oppor-
tunity at her door.
Waio booms herself wisely and welt
but she occasionally breaks the record
for sober minded truthfulness when she
gets on her claim point and arrogates to
herself all the virtues Waco does very
well ns a provlnclsl town but when she
poses ns a metropolis she simply uncov-
ers her daw'a feathers. Take It easy
and keep cool. Vou'll grow.
Tin: mauling that ltoss and Swain are
giving each other la awakening a deep
feeling of commlsseratlon The Inter-
position or the law preventing cruelty
to nnlmala wilt be.lnvoked If the racket
Is kept up much longer.
"Co.vdntu Is being flooded wjth peti-
tions prajlng for the better protection
ol young girls In the District of Colum-
bia." If in this session or a democrotlo
congress so demoralized the district
that inch petitions ore needed? This Is
the gravis! Insinuation yet made against
the character or the Washington crowd.
Congress had better adjourn and kill
two bird with tho same stone; save the
girls of the dlsltlct nnd relieve the coun-
try. I nt: Woman's Christian Temperance
Union have more work cut out for them
in the While House Mrs. Urover sips
wine. A crusade at Washington Is now
H'k It merely coincidence that Dr.
Sunderland look for his text on thu Urst
Sunday that drover nnd his bride at-
tended ihiirch the memorable words
"Is It well with the child? And sho an-
swered It Is well." If It was not a coin-
cidence It was u very unkindly allusion
lo tho glrl-hrlde's age.
Land and General
Hcllilhlc InrortiiHtliitl about aciilrliifc laiM
itKl mines in Mexico.
Knellltles for coUfclliur claims In Mellon
I'l clicti. iinti li ithI documents In saltl ituig-uutto
lorieetf Hlil iiiiimlitl)' executed.
Iiniulu1 rr luiiiraliit. Ollleel
No 4 East Commorco Streot
SAN ANKINKI - - - THXAB.
Notico to Tax-Payers.
i Monthly Hit lull tiny of June A. 11.
i.. ttt thu lnn t Ho
milium (imtliiud In M'S-
s Itcriirutht iMianl llts-
uilcr 1 tint they havt
nlcr r tUo Hon. Couuty
THAI). W. SMITH
id imii'Ihth to lutrtlfs weiMiiijru Ho.
Trt'ihm Arnuc opiKidlti San Fen m ml
Avelino & Marion. Proprietors.
Examination of Teachers
icr J. I!. Smith
r 1'tinur HcmiOLH
Sujit.of City HrliooK
DAVIS & WHITE
Carpenters & Builders
31 I Austin Street
Ale nnpaied lo do all kinds of wood woik
ttllllniy i.ell mid renol lite all descriptions of
rurnltui e and de'lver same lo liny ptut or tliu
A trial Is reseeiriilly solicited. inivlm
Seifcl & Herwiek
Ornamental Plain Sign and House Painters
Alamo St. Opp. Scholz Hall.
.Ml work llrht-class. Charges reasonalile.
Painter and Kalsominer
296 East Commorco St.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
rTOrUi'iB executed at short notice and
work iruiirtuitt'od lt-lMm
The Little Bee-Hive
IHKIT AND SI lOK MANUFACTBHINO.
All the latest and modern styles of Hoots
and tlhiH-s on hand and mado to order on sliurt
notice C'uhtom ork a specialty. Men's Moots
suM and licclul lord.
ERNST LANGE Proprietor
City and country real estate for sale rent c
29 Acequia Street.
The Southern Palace of
Tho only place of amusement In the city.
Open (very night all tbe year round.
Tuesday June 15
ant contlnutnjr overy nJgbt
SAL-ZER & STERNHE1M
Tliu llrst Vienna duotlits la America and
MI88 PEPI AMER8D0RF
Tlie Knulljli and (Jerniau singer and warbler.
Admission 25 Cents
HARNISCH & BAER.
Confectionary asd Restaurant
No 13 Wsit Commtrc Straat.
All dnlleacloa Of II. n uunn iln.ir. ...!
Tho establishment Is now In all Its appoint.
SAN PEDRO SPRINGS.
Only Resort of Pleasure In the
City of San Antonio.
Concert ilally from 3:U0 to 10:30 p. m.
A variety of amusement! for young and old.
He frei omenta of all kinds. Plenty of ibade.
A first-class restaurant Is attached to the ei-
4-15-tUu V KKIUSLE. Proprietor.
SIMOX FEST'S GARDEN
A in momenta or all kinds durlog the weak
ml on Sundays.
Lttjrer I leer and other refreshments.
Dnnco every Hunday.
Tho publlo and stranfferstnvlted. MMlm
s opened at tho abovepremfsc
restaurant. Dishes served to order in any
style. Meals at all hours and the tables fur-
nlttlinl with the best tho market affords. Also
I co Cream and Sherbet.
Parties Picnics and Balls Provided For.
Polite and attentive waiters In attendance.
CUSTAY PELTZER'S SALOON
Cor llarrera and Alamo HU. San (Antonio.
I'rwi draught. Lunch and refreshments
o Fourth Ward Ilowlinir Club have thalr
retiJez ous hero. Call and see me.
4-lKJin GU8TAV PBLTZBK. Proprietor.
Yeramendi Garden and Bar 1
The coolest olace In the oltr. A fine assort
raent of the best brands of imported and Do
Wines Liquors and Cigars.
hoi rati loich from to to ii m.
WIO DAMUDI CO
J. D. FRY MANAGER.
Bar Room Restaurant
AND ICE CREAM.
East Side Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas
302 South Flores Street 302
THE WOODBINE SALOON
Corner West Nucva and Bouth Flores Streets.
Only flrst-class Imported and Doraestlo
Liquors and Wines.
Flna Havana and Natlr. Cigars. Cool
draught beer on tap. Olv iu a trial.
KELLY & SHEAN
Old Vienna Restaurant
Centrally Looated and Select.
Kvervthlnirnow and flrst-clasa. The tablaa
supplied with the best tn the market. Special
terms for weekly and monthly boarders.
207 W. Commerce St.
SGHDH'S BBER GARDEN!
ABOVE TIIK CITY BRKWKBY
day. Flying Horses for the young;. Kasy
aooess vr way oi uraysou aireew uvauuxui
shade. Celt and see me.
JOHN SOHCH Proprlrtor
THBIIBALTIIFUL AND NUTHITIOOS
Restores to the Flour the Strenfth-ftTlnf
Phosphates that are removed with the bran
and which are required by the system. No
other Daklnf Powder doea this. It coat less
and is Healthier and Btronrer than an other
George H. Kalteyer
HAN ANTONIO - TEXAS
BAN Antohio Tex. July 1 1BS3.
1 purchased-In this city a eaokao of Prof
Horsford'i Self-Ha ill on Bread Preparation
and submitted It to a chemical examination
and tlnd that the tamest composed of pure
and non-polienoui chemicals.
The Idea of Prof. Hoisford was Indeed a
grand one In supplant log the Indigestible tar
tarate of soda which Is always the end result
of all Baking Powders composed of Cream of
Tartar aad Soda by the soluble phosphate of
lime and soda the very nutritive value of
bread and the bone-producing elements of
It Is certainly the best and most healthy
bread-ralilng preparation ever offered to the
publlo and every mother that has the health
of her children at heart should u a e no other.
1 can only join la the endorsement given by
the late celebrated chemist. Prof. liaron V
Lleblg. to this preparation In saying i "I con
sider this Invention as one of the most useful
gifta which science has made to mankind."
For Sale by all Orocera. Try It.
Infirmary Remedies &c.
All tboM amicUd wit' any dlwas. of th
est and qulokMt rU.r and our. at tb.
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY
Cor. of Houston nnd St. Mary's Sti.
In Texas since 1M0 1 In Ban Antonio slucelBiS
HOSACK & NEWTON
MorohaoU Ktal Estate AfaiiU land
HaT. ampl. store room and will store eon-
slf nmsnu or Mil tans at prtrate tat. or at
auctlan at No. T Wast Houston street. Gonial
Fish and Oysters
The Bay Fishery
Depot on Qalan street south of and oppo
site the cathedral. Is a well known fish stand
whore everything In that line Is kept In re
frigerators built for that purpose. Flib both
Gulf river and lake fish aieto be had with
shrimp crabs turtles etc. and at bottom
prices A waron la on hand to deliver fish
twice per day during; the forenoon and from
i o'clock to 6:30 o'clock In the evening.
The polite and affable "Kin ah an' Is In
charge and will take pleasure In waiting upon
RACKET! I SALLIWAT
Plain and Ornamental Plasterers
Onlv Practical Omftnt and Rtuooo Workers
In the city. Plaster Skag Cltra-Nelle Terra
Cotta Pexlms and Keen's Cement. Manufac-
Patent Stone Mantels.
Repairing In all ttt branches promptly done.
All work guaranteed.
OFriCIS-331 1. Ceanmerae and SIS SI. Mary's IU
'ALAMO IRON WORKS.
Engines Boilers Gins and Mill
Mad and Repaired
OWICl-No. II DBV1NB BU1LDINCL
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
SPRING and SUMMER
Th Grand Opening
L. Wolf son's
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMT
SKai Summer sis!
In plain stripes. Bi
Irish Topllns and
Plata and Burrtb.
Nun's Vclllnir. Batistes. Tamlse IliintlngR
eto Staple and Domestic Goods
Grenadines and Lawns
Id Striped and Plain Checkered and Plain.
IN THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
All the Latest Styles and Patterns for Spring
and Summer Wear can be seen and will bo
trimmed to suit the most rastldlous taste.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Is the finest and larirostof anrthlnff e ler seen
In WestTeias embraclDf all tho Latest I'at-
tarns and Htjlrs.
I do not give goods away but will sell at such low
figures purchasers will not go any further when they
once price my goods. A call is cordially solicited.
Main Plaza and Acequia Street San Antonio Tex.
STAFF EL & KUHJL
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Airents tor Weir Bulky Vlow Steel ttldlnir and Walklnir Cultivators Corn and Cotton
Planters lleerlnir Mowers lteapers Hinders and llarresllng Machines.
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SANANTONIO.TEX.
J. H. MARQUART
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
Oents'Calf Hoots from ft upward t Boys' Boots of alldowriptlonst Boys' Shoes calf and
rain. In button and lace.
The Seamless. OXFORD PATH NT LKATIlKlt DANCING I'll Ml' nicest Shoo Intbe mar-
ket. Rletrant 01' Kit A SLlt'l'KIUS just the thin for a nlco present. Full line of II RAW
HOOTS best In the market: prlco $3.(10. Cotno and examine them A complete stock of
Pent' KINK HUTTON LACKandtlalter Shoes. They should be seen to be appreciated.
3rin aaaiuon io my siooa or ltoois ana
reneral satisfaction guaranteed.
IliTEmTIONAUN R. DIVISION.
With All Modern Improvements Through Between
Galveston and St. Louis I San Antonio & St. Louis
VIA TEXARKANA. I VIA DENISON.
Without Chang- of Cars or any Description and Only One Chance to
Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Baltimore Washing-
ton Philadelphia New York Boston
And Other Principal Cities In the
NORTH AND EAST.
IVTraln learlnir San Antonio at 8:30 a. m. has Pullman Hotol Car via Denlson through
to 8t. Louis. KVlraln loavlngSsn Antonio at S:OJ p. in. ha. Pullman Palace sleeping Car
via Denlson through to Kansas Cltv. oonnootlnir at Denlson with Through Slooper to Ht
Uuls. tVPaaseiurers booked to and from all points In ItUltOI'i: via the "AMKBIOAN" a
8. Line hetwoon PHILADELPHIA and LIVKHPOOL. and tno "HUD STAK" 8. H. Line bo
tween NEW YOUK PIIILAUELPIIIA and ANXWEltP. Kor full Inforinutlon oall on
J. S. HaoNAHARA.
Ticket Agent 2S5 Commerce Street Kampma
H. P. HUGHES.
P A Houston Tex.
SAM ANTONIO & ARANSAS PASS RAILWAY.
Until further notice our trains will run as follows. Dally except Sunday
LtuyxSix Antonio 8:30 a. m.
Akkivs at Bxkviixk 6:16 r. u.
Iiavk Bkxvillk 8:45 a. m.
Arrxvb at San Antonio OKX) p. u.
Conntt at Ban Antonio with Missouri l'aelflo and Southern Pacldo Hallways: at Flores
Ilelonat at Pettus for Mineral Citr. aud makluir
Chiintl and all points south.
President aad General Manager
(Late with Woo Dorn
DROP IN AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
BulIdlrUE Material of all kinds shapes
Goods always In stock. We keen constantly on hand large quantities of the norer yet sur
paasei J HalSOh'S Barb find Pence Wire. We are suouessfu' competitors In price
and roods. Oome and be oonTinoed.
SOUTH OF ISUNSETDEPOT -
In Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods
Ho exhibits the Largest Block ever brought to
NAINSOOK AND MULL
In both Whit and Colored.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS I
I'arlor Suits Mohair Parlor Suits Walnut and
Ash lledroora Suits. Wardrobes Chairs Ilodr
nptly and satisfaction
guaranteed dend for samples
nuou i carry an aiuus pr snoe poiisn for
W. P. SIMMONS.
Ilulldlng. Ticket Agent I. i O. N Depot.
O.r.tT. A. Dallas. Tolas
cl(o hue It connection at lieovlllo for Cornui
B. F. YOAKUM.
& Co. New Orleans La.)
Hardware Paints Oils Glass Etc.
Stoves Tinware House Famishing Goods
SOLE AGENTS FOK
Cotton Plant Stoves and Ranges
The 'BEST on Earth
New York Rnainel Paint Company'. Mixed Pain
llest In the inarkot.'Lariro lino of Heating
Stoves at Low Prices
33 & 35 West Oommkuok Stbkkt.
or sixes. A largo assortment of Ornamenta
- SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
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